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[audio]Improbable Manners of Being: The Queer Lives of Saint Guthlac - Eileen A. Joy, Southern Illinois University Edwardsville, ejoy@siue.edu
Rough sketch/notes toward an Introduction to a book project in progress, "Improbable Manners of Being: The Queer Lives of Saint Guthlac," focused on the 8th-10th-centuries Anglo-Latin and Old English narratives (in prose and poetry) of the Anglo-Saxon Saint Guthlac of Crowland (673-714), who lived as a hermit in the East Anglian fens in Anglo-Saxon England.
Keywords: Saint Guthlac of Crowland (673-714); asceticism; medieval hagiography; Guthlac A (Old English poem),Felix's Life of Saint Guthlac (8th century),queer studies; transversal becomings (Deleuze and Guattari); desert saints; interbeing; Saint Bartholomew; traherence (Cary Howie); desire and death (Jonathan Dollimore); temporal drag (Elizabeth Freeman); wonder; affective historiography; demons; ethical violence
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[audio]Toward a Speculative Literary Criticism: Redux - Eileen A. Joy, Southern Illinois University Edwardsville (ejoy@siue.edu)
Talk given by Eileen Joy at University of California-Santa Barbara, 27 October 2011, co-sponsored by Literature and the Mind and the Medieval Literatures Initiative.
Keywords: object oriented ontology; speculative realism; Graham Harman; Foucault; vicarious causation; surface reading; symptomatic reading; sentient objects; reparative reading; asymmetrical reading; Eve Kosofsky Sedgwick; Bruno Latour
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[audio]You Are Here: A Manifesto - Eileen A. Joy, Southern Illinois University Edwardsville, ejoy@siue.edu
Plenary Talk delivered by Eileen Joy for "Animal, Vegetable, Mineral: Ethics and Objects in the Early Modern and Medieval Periods" Conference, hosted by George Washington University's Medieval and Early Modern Studies Institute @George Washington University, 11-12 April 2011.
Keywords: things; sentient objects; materiality; networks; object-oriented studies; speculative realism; ethics; literary studies; Jane Bennett; Graham Harman; Timothy Morton; J.G. Ballard
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[audio]Toward a Speculative Realist Literary Criticism - Eileen A. Joy, Southern Illinois University Edwardsville, ejoy@siue.edu
Relative to the current debate over "close" versus "symptomatic" (New Historicist + psychoanalytic) reading strategies, I'd like to outline a series of leading questions relative to what an inhuman or post/human "close reading" might look like, especially under the cross-disciplinary influence of the movements known as "speculative realism," "object-oriented ontology," "dark ecology," "weird realism," and "vibrant materialism" (as mainly typified in the work and thought of Graham Harman, Levi Br...
Keywords: Eileen A. Joy; dark ecology; object-oriented ontology; speculative realism; vibrant materialism; weird realism
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[audio]You Are Here: A Manifesto - Eileen A. Joy, Southern Illinois University Edwardsville, ejoy@siue.edu
Featured Talk delivered by Eileen Joy for "Animal, Vegetable, Mineral: Ethics and Objects in the Early Modern and Medieval Periods" Conference, hosted by George Washington University's Medieval and Early Modern Studies Institute @George Washington University, 11-12 April 2011.
Keywords: things; sentient objects; the Absolute; materiality; networks; object-oriented studies; speculative realism; implicate order; slowness; natality; vicarious causation; hetero-queer reproduction; ethics; literary studies; Jane Bennett; Graham Harman; Timothy Morton; J.G. Ballard
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